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on the amount house project completing a model town and now for all cats have taken over the streets don knapp shows us how the problem became a matter of public safety. >>> when the housing bubble burst the folks who own this home with others left town and many left cats behind. >>> if i don't take care of them they'll move into the community and be a nuisance >>> adapted cats the abandoned cats adapted to the wild police turned out for cat so wild a thought we might @ meant an the mountain lion >>> they as the residents to not leave their house it was the first day of kindergarten for some schools >>> this dog this picture and laugh saying it was a date for all cat but feral cats are the problem >>> if we think about what we have done since may we could be looking at a couple thousand or close to 1500 >>> she put together a team together and cats and get them spayed and tries to get cats adopted it has proven to be expensive. she brought to large and cages to her computer room. were kind of out here alone were close to tracy but not part of tracy we are stand alone will have to do something
in richmond as an investigation into the recent fire don knapp with how the investigation is headed >>> the chevron refinery lem's along at 65% capacity, investigators examined the damage crude unit number four. the safety board update says investigative work continues through the weekend at the unit where a corroded pipe leaked vapors spewing hazardous gases over richmond 5 workers barely escaped with their lives. >>> if that vapor cloud ignited sooner it would have been a more serious incident >>> the chemical safety board is working to make sure the plant is safe for the arrival of the chairman the smoke sent an estimated 9002 hospitals expected to be the filing of many lawsuits against chevron alleging hardships for residents workers at the refinery began cleaning up bridgman city parks and playgrounds. >>> wanted to make sure students come back to a clean playground and environment. >>> someone to go beyond lawsuits and get the company to invest in richmond and its people >>> there needs to be more investment in the community of richmond and its people, and the general poverty
marine killed in afghanistan by gunmen and a police uniform don knapp without the marine captain remembered >>> matthew manoukian graduated from st. francis high school in 2001 and left in 2006 for iraq and afghanistan is body returned to the school hundreds crowded at the gym to remember him and his service >>> the events of 9/11 changed everything and changed for him he recognized he wanted to be in the marine corps and help protect america. >>> manoukian killed august 10th along with two marines by an assailant dressed as a police officer in in afghanistan >>> we were anxious about the appointment because of the nature of his work and special operations they're always in the areas of highest incident >>> capt. manoukian or manny to his friends his family well known in mountain view his father a superior court judge his mother and appellate court judge in san jose matthew manoukian had plans to leave the marines and go to law school and become a public defender. >>> all of us at this memorial service today stand taller and rotor after hearing about all that is happening and wha
now nearly four years later game mormons are gathering here in san francisco cbs reporter don knapp on what they hope to do. did weeks if you're mormon and happened to the lesbian and gay bisexuals transgendered and you want to talk about it what can you do? well you can circle the wagons and tell mormon stories. the of ways they seek to create safe spaces where people can confers at that authentically. mormons who identifies all the bt will talk with oers about their personal conflicts and the first-ever such conference in san francisco. >>> in terms of a mixed marriage by making an end to my wife is a straight ally. and i didn't know before we got married. >>> and have children? we have three children. i make this work? >>> a lot of forgiveness lot of understanding a lot of prayer. married in the mormon church with some of its teachings but determined to stay married and more men rawness to rains have their own mormon story is held. >>> i hope that's our stories are voices r heard and understood and that's they can be part of the change that is occurring in the church. kelly h
competition don knapp shows us dancers had to be quick on the wheels. >>> they put together this event with a question so you think you cannot dance? they've shown 29 dancers they can't even though they are in wheelchairs it is this leader says an opportunity >>> an opportunity to dance and meet people and connect and a way that dance allows people to connect. the idea comes from a researcher at the veterans administration those with spinal cord injuries love it >>> this has changed my life i dance before my paralysis, it is like summit to put a door there for us and opened it up >>> seeded dancers were paired with standing dancers and trend for six weeks now they show their stuff at cheryl burke's dance studio >>> these professional dancers show how hot wheelchair dancing can get. cameramen now was paralyzed in an automobile accident six years ago but never gave up the desire to dance >>> i want to be part of this and show people people in wheelchairs can dance >>> what you hear most zealous seeded dancing changed a life >>> it brought a lot of confidence back i feel beautiful when i
awarded to apple after a jury decided samsung stole apples ideas tonight don knapp spoke with two jurors about how they made their decision. >>> a mix of jurors to go on the task of deciding who owned what in the battle of titans apple computer and samsung the compute the jurors selected a computer engineer s. foreman >>> i was thinking about the clams in particular and i thought to myself i can't defend this and i thought if i can defend its patent as though it were my own than i need to go back and tell my fellow jurors about this >>> a light bulb moment he says that turn the case >>> and if i could defend this like it was mine and needed to look at the others >>> in that moment $1 billion from left to right >>> and it did >>> they wanted to send a big message to firms about infringing on patents >>> if you take your risk to in french be prepared to pay a cost >>> another juror a mechanical engineer said samsung's e-mail's convinced him that samsung's copied apple's goods >>> one e-mail said their design versus apple designed the difference between heaven and earth. the rwanda to make
board will visit the plant part of the investigation into the recent fire. don knapp with for the investigation is headed. >>> the chevron refinery limps along at 65% capacity investigators examine crude unit no. 4 the safety board update says investigative work continues the damaged unit were a pipe leaked vapors that ignited spewing gases over richmond and east bay 5 workers narrowly escaped with their lives >>> if that vapor cloud ignited sooner it would have banned a serious incident >>> the chemical safety board is working to make the plan say for the arrival of the safety board chairman the smokes and 9000 people to hospital and could be the first of several lawsuits against chevron alleging hardships this past week workers for the refinery cleaned up richmond city parks and school playgrounds >>> we want to make sure students came back to a clean environment and enjoy the outdoor equipment >>> some members of the community want to go beyond lawsuits and that chevron to invest in richmond and its people >>> there needs to be serious investment in the community o
evacuation orders have been listed at about 500 families have been allowed to go back home reporter don knapp has more on how crews finally got a fire under control. every tool in the book to try to knock down the fire here in this eastern french as their the line from lake county and douglas county crews bulldozers helicopters and air tankers about 1000 personnel and all and apparently that's the working as one firefighter told us to put fire fighters in charge of that day and not the fire determine where the fire goes. no one is predicting full controller contain at this time that things are looking up. includes a county don knapp cbs five. and in seven california residents in rural areas reviewed control there in riverside county 1,800 a. have been burned as crews have only about 5% contains the air. oakland police are looking for two suspects in the shooting that killed the five year-old boy on december 30th of last year. one is an african-american male in his 20s six-foot tall about 185 lbs. he was with an american american woman in her early 20s described as 57 140 lbs.. surveillance vi
the moment. don knapp cbs 5 >>> everyone welcome to attend the welcome home parade and celebration it is on sunday september 2nd 1:00 p.m. it kicks off at walnut park and winds through downtown. neil armstrong remembered as one of america's great explores the first man to walk on the mound many consider him a true hero he died this morning from complications of heart surgery at age 82 randall pinkston looks back >>> some of the most famous words in history and spoken by neil armstrong >>> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >>> armstrong the first human being to set foot on the moon july 20th in 1969, a fellow astronauts said there was no better choice to lead the mission throughout his life he showed nerves of steel never losing his cool under fire. born in ohio 1930 armstrong always a daredevil a decorated combat pilot during korean war he became a test pilot flying the hottest their plans. including an experimental aircraft that reached the edge of space. he was selected as an astronaut in 1962 and his trademark coolness became apparent during his first space fli
for signs of life don knapp shows us now seven navigates a tricky landing. >>> the most sophisticated contraption yet to study the soil and atmosphere of mars a nuclear power rose rover that was up rocks with the laser if it makes its way safely to the martian surface. after a half months the rover curiosity has reached the outer atmosphere the toughest part is ahead tomorrow night the lender tries to put the rover on the surface in one piece and in working order scientists say the landing strategy will produce seven minutes of terror a look at the animation shows what lies ahead in the blistering heat of a fiery entry into the martian atmosphere. >>> i'm very confident and no fears at all the air shell and materials that protected it will take that high he pulls and slow down >>> the two and a half billion dollar mission gets complicated a parachute eases down the lender must caring for rover and then cables will lower the six- foot rover to the surface that is falling a computer program with no input from humans. that is the " seven minute terror, " >>> it takes 14 minutes for light
county. crews working on the cow the caught tunnel are close to finishing excavation don knapp is on a o: officials say the project on schedule. >>> construction projects in the bay area just seemed to grind on and on but every now and then we get encouragement at the fourth board of the cow the caught tunnel we understand excavation is complete and they work on the road that will carry traffic through the hills. two years when work started the excavation is complete but it will be another year and longer before commuters get the traffic relief promised by the project. >>> last november machines tunneling through mud and rock punched through opening all that stretched and tired of the east bay hills now it is roughed up to full size it is like telling straight down. >>> the estrada and ground is oriented almost vertically and that means the ground conditions change rapidly >>> we are completing the safety passages between the third and fourth gabor's there will be seven of them which have excavated them and put the finishing touches on them during >>> they will finish off the services it
to a marine captain killed in afghanistan don knapp outside st. francis high school in mountain view a memorial going on. >>> a large turnout for marine captain math human again killed august 10th in afghanistan along with two marines at a police checkpoint we talk about capt. and again this turnout reflects the respect for his family and his father his father a judge at santa clara superior court is mother also a judge an associate justice at six district court of appeals. this friend of the family told the chronicle he was planning to leave the marines and go to law school and plan to become a public defender others talked of his service in afghanistan and made an effort to work with people of afghanistan and to learn the afghani language this was his third tour he was highly regarded and respected and comes from a respected family the whole community has turned out to wish him good bye. >>> efforts to help veterans return from war in the wake of a record number of suicides one bay area lawmaker organized and a van cbs 5 reporter lisa washington on what is needed and offered. >>> r
on a movie theater, those incidents have spurned gun control advocates cbs 5 reporter don knapp tells us the key to preventing gun violence on how doctors want to treat the issue. >>> at the most recent shooting in wisconsin that left three dead and cry for answers between gun advocates and those one more control. one idea getting a new look to treat gun violence as a disease as social disease >>> traditional focus on the person using the gun, the public health approach asked us to look broadly at other factors >>> for example this doctor says they look at policies that facilitate gun violence that allows alcoholics and those with criminal records to buy guns and selling guns without a background check. forbes son of gun sales made by private parties. those loopholes closed in california. >>> in california we change the policy and not purchase of firearms for those convicted of misdemeanor violent crime is a winner in that policy associated with a 30% decrease in their risk of committing violent crimes later and 30 percent is a big change. >>> and other health policy considerations as st
center is building don knapp is a non deal hundreds of people and nasa scientists biting their fingernails. >>> actually thousands of people who run the grassy area of the facility they have been gathering since 5:00 p.m. today, gathering and watching the big screen televisions bringing live feeds from pasadena mission control at the jet propulsion laboratory everybody excited that compared to a moon landing they hope the rover called " a curiosity " will touch down safely on mars. no one on earth will be able to see the curiosity rover on the descent thousands expected to get the first signals weather is survives or fails among them mission participant chris mckay >>> all watch the clock at 1031 if the mission land successfully a big sigh of relief and years of exploration on mars >>> the rover have to survive the heat and a complicated loring on cables from the spaceship >>> the possibility will find a different type of life than on earth would i call second genesis >>> it will scoop up march rock and soil and analyze it with a spectrometer >>> we know mars had water we
apple's technology. don knapp spoke with one of the jurors involved with the settlement. >>> what was it like for juries in the jury room to decide who was right and wrong a lot of work and responsibility and of the jurors a lot of weight. inside the jury room is set to threw out three weeks of testimony discussions were heated one juror told us not until it was over the had a sense of the historic nature of the case the handled a lot of testimony and material they worked methodically but some things stood out like samson's e-mail's. >>> one of the executives said their design purses apple's design the difference was between have an and art they will wanted to make their product as much as possible to light apple. >>> he was using an adding machine to tally up the award >>> i was adding get up it was about 22 items if i'm not mistaken when i hit the = holy smokes. i was surprised what came up. >>> went 1049 so 1049 million >>> how did you feel about that with that number >>> it was mind-boggling to me. we cannot put that number. >>> more than $1 billion, the case is not over samsu
some areas are still unsafe for inspectors to enter. don knapp on where the investigation stands >>> now a beautiful day in richmond, the idea of smoke over richmond still on everyone's mind that may mark a turning point with our richmond relates to chevron or how chevron relates to richmond. it will be a turning point. the chevron refinery lens along at 65% capacity. investigators examined crude unit number four. the chemical safety board's report says the investigation continues the damaged unit where a corroded pipe leaked vapors and spewed hazardous gases. five workers nearly escaped with their lives. >>> it vapor cloud what that ignited sooner it would of been a more serious incident >>> the chemical safety board is working to make the site safer for the arrival of the safety board chairman. it sent an estimated 9000 people to the hospitals and could be many lawsuits against chevron. this past week workers cleaned up richmond city parks and school playgrounds >>> with school starting next week we want to make sure students come back to a clean environment and enjoy the outdo
rover scheduled to touch down on mars. don knapp at nasa ames research center scientists are gathering to watch the critical moments call the " seven minutes of terror " >>> today and it is about the landing getting the rover safely down to the surface of the red planet and again a 2 year-long expedition of information gathering including evidence of life. >>> no one on earth will see the curiosity rover on his descent to mars thousands expected at nasa ames to get the first signals telling whether it survives or fail. among them chris mckay >>> all the watching the clock if this land successfully in a big sigh of relief, and then years of exploration on mars. >>> the new curiosity will have to survive heat and complications of being lowered from the ship. >>> there's a possibility will find a different kind of life than on earth a second genesis >>> the reliever will scoot but rock and soil and analyze and with a spectrometer chisholm when a march that water and had the habit that we should be on track to see what life is made of that is organics >>> he hopes to study and a life on ma
the rover curiosity makes a perfect landing on mars. don knapp at nasa ames research center thousands watched and waited. >>> it was exciting not just the scientist the thousands of people on the grass at nasa ames and now until they came early at about 5:00 p.m. and watched every marker as the spaceship came down here's how the final moments wind. >>> touchdown confirmed. >>> not only did it touchdown ok it turn around faster than anyone expected it sent a low resolution picture of itself on the ground the picture shows it was on the ground and ready to go to work that's what they expect to do in the next coming days. >>> no one would see the rovers to send through the martian atmosphere thousands turned up and down the hill called to what would be a successful landing no one more hopeful than martians scientist chris mckay >>> i watch the clock at 1031 of this unsuccessfully a big sigh of relief and years of exploration on mars. >>> scientists new the rover faced a risky landing and the roaring of cables from the spaceship >>> my interest is the possibility will find a dif
. don knapp tells us the key to gun violence prevention may line and how doctors treat the issue. >>> after every sensation of shooting such as at the sikh temple which left six dead a cry for answers and the debate between gun advocates and those who want more control. one idea getting a new look is to see and treat gun violence as a disease as a social disease >>> the traditional focus on the person using the gun the public health approach asks us to look broadly at other factors. >>> for example of this doctor says that the policies that facilitate gun violence that allows alcoholics and those with criminal records to buy guns and private parties to sell guns without background checks. he says 40% and sales are made by private parties and during those loopholes have been closed in california >>> we change the policy and began denying purchase of firearms to people who have been convicted of misdemeanor violent crime is, we have learned that policy associated with a 30% decrease in the chance of committing violent crimes. 30% is a big change. >>> other health policy considerati
of the mountain it was not meant to be but one of the greatest comebacks of all time it fell short. don knapp and reaction from a proud town >>> you talked about hollywood script this is the perfect place the movie theater or the local fans went to watch the game live were in sight for those 3 1/2 hours the excitement over the top. fans filled every seat in two theaters of the boulevards in the month to watch the game on big screens. and share on the pride of petaluma from 2,300 mi. away. the powerful and southeastern tennessee boys kept pulling ahead in the bottom of the six the last inning petaluma 10 runs behind. the california kids came to bat when on a scoring rampage pine in a brunch, ton get up at 15 and sending the game into extra innings. >>> fantastic game that did a great job >>> they did so good they scored 10 runs i'm so proud of them so cool to see them go that far >>> tennessee's resilience in the top of the seventh proved too much petaluma scored once more losing 24-16 >>> ahead of the season at of a comeback were so proud of them great game >>> disappointment yes but plenty o
this started yesterday. and hundreds of homes had to be evacuated. reporter don knapp shows us even rinses needed rescue. >>> many of the 400 or so firefighters do most of their work at night. so they're on the line snaked taking advantage of the colored tanagers, and no wind at trying to knock down the hot spots. meanwhile, some of those folks have the evacuation orders listed in there trying to get back to their homes tonight. there have been going in convoys but it could be an uneasy night. conditions are reaching 112 degrees toking up 12 separate fires to which are difficult to get under control. firefighters are treated to blazes says one. the struggle digit temperatures not only allow fire to burn a radically but it also plays a part in fatigues for the firefighters. it is so hot other side really finished difficultly. they ended most of 500 homes. one room and to others are as hundreds of residents waited for a chance to return. katie was flying back from georgia with a chance to return has been reached back had the flames. the fire surrounding anselm at that point you couldn't see
in the fallout of the refinery fire chevron says there's plenty of gasoline for demand prices rise, don knapp @ tells us what else factors into the spike at the pump >>> no ignoring the connection between the fought refinery fire and the jump in gasoline prices 25¢ per gallon over the last week chevron and chevron critics say the firemen is not all story >>> in the weeks since the major fire damage their refinery in richmond prices topped $4 a gallon on average. $4.50 in east bay and everyone has an opinion. >>> my believe that is behind this bill in richmond >>> and you think richmond a responsible for these prices >>> but she has her doubts >>> i do not think the supply and demand into something more underhanded behind it political probably >>> the author of a journey of oil-price increases result from short supplies >>> reality is with not seen change in the actual supply of gasoline get gasoline stations we have a find the amount of stock when the incident happened there's no reason for the same day gasoline prices go shooting up. >>> chevron agrees on the supply and demand issued tellin
's plenty of gasoline questions remain the reason for the price surge don knapp explains other factors are at play with the spike. >>> it may seem obvious after a fire in gasoline prices rise 25¢ per gallon the refinery has something to do with that it did have something but not all as chevron and critics say. >>> rapidly rising gas prices have little effect on bay area traffic that does not mean drivers are not concerned since the major fire damage in richmond bay area prices topped $4 a gallon by average $4.70 in santa clara and $4.50 in east bay everyone has an opinion. >>> i believe it is set because of this bill in richmond during >>> this woman and walnut creek does not think it is supply and demand. >>> i think something more underhanded behind it political probably >>> chevron agrees on the supply and demand they tell cbs 5 the market is adequately supplied and undamaged parts of the refinery produce gasoline. and a statement a company spokesman said the fired at the richmond refinery in just one factor influencing price is a variety of conditions like crude oil prices affect
yesterday. >>> six sons near clear lake ordered to evacuate don knapp shows us are ranch became a rescue scene. >>> you cannot see the fires right now but many of the 400 firefighters on the line taking the advantage of the cooler temperatures to knock down hot spots and get a line around the fire you can see traffic backing up as it has all day folks in spring valley trying to get back home now the orders have been lifted. >>> without strong winds and dry conditions and temperatures reaching 112 degrees popping up 2 fires. by late afternoon firefighters treated the to blazes as one. >>> it allows the fires to burn erratically but plays a part in 30 for the firefighters when it is hot we stress hydration >>> and earlier mandatory evacuation and the the 500 homes in spring valley one home and two structures burned hundreds of residents would for the chance to return she was flying back from georgia and her son and daughter race the and at of the flames >>> fire surrounding us at that point you could not see anything everything was black and dark you cannot see the yellow lines on the road
of gasoline to meet demand prices continued to rise, don knapp tells us what else factors and to the spike at the pond. >>> no ignoring the connection between the chevron fire and the gasoline prices about 25¢ per gallon around the bay area the past week. chevron and critics said that is not about supply and not certainly about the fire. in the weeks since a major fire damage the chevron refinery bay area prices topped $4 a gallon on average $4.70 in santa clara and $4.50 in east bay. >>> my belief is behind the spill in richmond >> monica english of walnut creek as her doubts >>> i don't think it is supply and demand there something more underhanded behind that political probably. >>> the author of a journey of oil a book critical of the oil industry doubts price increases came from short supply >>> the reality with not seen any change of supply hit gasoline changes we had a fine amount of stock in the incident happened no reason for the same day gasoline prices go shooting up. >>> chevron agrees on the supply and demand issue telling cbs 5 the market is adequately supplied, undamaged pa
ruled that samsung stole ideas. don knapp with two of the jurors. >>> an eclectic mixture, kurt gille took on the task of decidg who owed what between apple and samsung >>> i was watching a movie but thinking about this and the claims, i thought to myself i can defend this and then i thought if i can defend this patent as though it were my own i need to go back and tell my fellow jurors about this >>> a like pull moment he says that turn the case >>> i knew if i could defend it like it was my and i needed to look at the others >>> in that moment $1 billion when from left to right >>> it did >>> he wanted to send a message to other firms about infringing on patents >>> if you take your risk to in french be prepared to pay a cost >>> another juror a mechanical engineer samsung's own e-mail's convinced him that samsung's copied apple's. >>> once said their design versus apple's design was the difference between heaven and earth. they really wanted to make their product as much as possible to like apple. >>> the enormity of the decision hit him when use an adding machine to tally up the r
. francis high school don knapp cbs 5 >>> in new york as somber day for a marine killed in afghanistan funeral services for 21 year-old lance corporal gregory buckley jr. in long island it was killed this and they is capt. a new key and when an afghan police officer opened fire at a marine gym. he was scheduled to be home this week on leave defense secretary leon panetta working with the afghan president on the insider attacks panetta called on the karzeid and encouraged him to work with u.s. commanders to ensure rigorous beddings of afghan recruits american and allied troops working with the afghan army in preparation for the transition to complete afghan security control by 2014. efforts to help veterans returning from more picked up in the wake of record number of suicides. one bay area lawmaker organized an event to give that's what they need edison will stop lisa washington on what is needed. >>> ricardo apps knows firsthand the importance of resources for soldiers returning home from war. >>> for seven years i was lost in sacramento >>> the gulf war veteran spanned 17 years in ac
hoping it will explore the red planet like never before. don knapp at nasa ames research center in mountain view where the seven minutes of terror might feel like seven hours >>> it is the most advanced rover so far a 1 t nuclear powered 6 we'll get laboratory on wheels to roam the surface to gather information it is moving between 8000 miles per hour to 13,000 mi. per hour it plummets through the martian atmosphere the trick is to get it to the surface safely. no one on earth will be able to see the rover on its descent, thousands expected at nasa ames to get the first signals whether is survived or fails among them mission participant chris
of acres near highway 20 but don knapp tells us that the news today is not all bad, he is live in callusa county with more on that. >> frank, we're now on the eastern front of the fire. if you concede that column of smoke behind me, it had been moving our way but the wind has shifted and are pushing the funds back into spring valley. we do not know if that will go all the way that there were just continue to hold off there. lots of spotty fires around us and we're watching firefighters move quickly to jump on them. an inversion layer was filling this valley with smoke but helping firefighters with the slowing flames. although still burning and jumping from spot to spot, the main fire has continued to move east and away from the small ranches and homes in the area north of clearlake that lead to mandatory evacuation sunday. overnight, to take advantage of the cool air and less wind, and crews were able to knock down hot spots but containment is still a problem to read >> we're trying to get ahead using bulldozers and hand crews to put contingency lines and we're using fire operations to bu
in at least three structures have been burned. one is called the y fire and the other is the walker fire. don knapp says the cds is now combining them as the y complex. >> many of the 400 firefighters who are here spent much of the night on the lines trying to fight the fire. on large fires firefighters take advantage of cooler weather and less wind. a lot of the people lived in spring valley were forced to leave their homes sunday evening and were returning throughout the night. the danger continues and they're not even fully contained,. firefighters fighting heat and very dry weather and also fighting it for themselves. they have to work on the hot temperatures trying to knock the fires down. we're told that these fires are indications of what is coming this season. it has been a dry season so far and a fire information officer might, told us this might be an indication of what is to come. >> firefighters were able to protect most of the property is affected by the fire but one man lost his cabin and his grapevines >> my vineyard is gone. my family and the animals are fine and we will revea
to chic-fil-a, >> they're trying to send a message to the president of the chicken chain. don knapp shows us that they are sealing it with a test. >> if you are looking at this, if anyone is looking this as to who won and who lost, you have to say the numbers are in, chic- fil-a is triumphant because a case in protest fizzled. >> same-sex couples to bring their anger with a kiss. or you could say, a " kiss in ". >> i want everyone to be ok with this, that is what every one is about. >> only to same-sex couples had arrived, one from soon city said it took a bit of courage. >> we can not here to show that it is ok to show that two women love each other or two men love each other. >> all day and prior to the kiss and there were big crowds at chic-fil-a on travis boulevard. was it politics or fried apple tree? they say they can't for both. >> we wanted to show our support but the food is pretty good too. >> support for the president of the chicken sandwich chain and then kathy tkoula opposes gay marriage. it led to a national appreciation before chic-fil-a with some help from the governor of
, hundreds waited in line overnight and it has been busy all day. but as don knapp tells us, this grand opening comes with a side order of political controversy. >> that is right, same-sex advocates have been lining up all day, trying to get people to not come and not stand in line and not by those sandwiches that they have heard so much about. but it does not seem like many were convinced, few, if any, left the line. a lot of them left eating a sandwich. >> whether it was because of the controversy or in spite of it, wenchow long lines with traffic backed up the street with many waiting for their first taste of chic-fil-a sandwiches, largely ignoring the protesters of the ceo opposition to same-sex marriage. the distraction proved too much for passing drivers, that accident was minor, many chic- fil-a fans camped out overnight trying to be the first 100 customers to get a free meal once a week for year. they applauded the cooks and clerks as they arrive to go to work and then rushed into the restaurant for their rewards. protesters take issue with the chic-fil-a president's stance on s
minutes apart. don knapp tells us that firefighters are at the mercy of the wind? >> that is right, you might call this the wild land fire that you can drive through, it stretches along highway 24 15 mi. from highway 503 where it started, down to 16 in callusa county. what you're seeing here is the remnants of the big fire that went through earlier but it does continue to burn elsewhere and despite this, firefighters think that they now have the upper hand in this battle. >> after two days of hard work and the fast-moving 7,000 a. fire, crews caught a break and were able to make a stand in the eastern front as flames slowed near wilbur springs. six homes were threatened. quickly to squelch the flames as fire jump from one place to another, it was your firefighters feel that the got the upper hand. >> we brought a lot of resources and so when the fire made that run towards highway 20, who brought cruising and have everyone lined up along the highway and air tankers and and that air support to keep it in check and so that we can control were coast. >> cal fire as 1000 people on the fire.
. the handouts don't. >> we'll continue this conversation. coming up we'll get more from barry knapp and jean paul dejoria, and stocks to watch, ahead of the opening bell, we'll also head down to the new york stock exchange. >>> fission sad news to report, fed reserve chairman erin burnett's father, philip, passed away yesterday. mr. bernanke was 85 years old. for many years we run a drugstore that ben worked at occasionally when he was young. our condolences to erin burneb and the bernanke family. based on how accurate they've been in the past. i'm howard spielberg of fidelity investments. the equity summary score is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades today and explore your next investing idea. >>> let's get down to the new york stock exchange. jim cramer joins us now. how are you? >> great. how about you? >> great on this side of things. what are you looking at this morning? >> there's a couple things. there's, i think, this restaurant business is on fire for a lot of companies, brinker was a good number. wendy's was a good number, jack i
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